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The United Kingdom held a general election on December 12, and several polls showed that Prime Minister Johnson (Boris Johnson) had a Conservative Party support ahead of the Wild Labor Party.

The British company Opinium conducted a poll for the British “Observer” and visited 2,003 people online from November 20th to 22nd. The survey showed that the Conservative Party’s support was 47%, higher than last week. The percentage of the Labour Party remained unchanged at 28%. The bipartisan support has seen the biggest gap in 2017.

BMG Research, a UK-based market research company, conducted a poll for the UK’s Independent, which visited 1,663 people between the 19th and 21st. The results showed that the Conservative Party’s support was 41%, compared to the last November 10th. The 4% increase in the Labor Party’s support fell by 1 percentage point to 28%.


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